Bean Stalk Adventure Ropes Course…
My fearless Little Girl loves to try new things. My husband and I took her to BeanStalk Adventure Ropes Course. I think it’s fair to say she absolutely loved it! So, this is an indoor adventure center in Jordon’s Furniture of all places. Below is a snapshot from their webpage.
BeanStalk™ Adventure Ropes Course – Reading, MA
Even more fun than climbing on the furniture.
Experience the thrill of traveling from one activity to the next. Test your agility and balance, as you make your way across our exclusive, one-of-a-kind sky ropes course. Head up 12 or 24 feet and step off onto zig zag beams, crisscross angled rope ladders, and hold tight for spaghetti hand lines. Walk the plank at 24 feet where you travel out on a 6 inch standalone beam, only to pivot ever so perfectly and return.
Our BeanStalk™ Adventure Ropes Course features:
Two levels of challenging ropes – at 12 feet or 24 feet up
30 exciting activities that include zig-zag beams, spaghetti hand lines, angled rope ladders, crisscross walks and more
For young adventurers, there’s BeanSprout™, a specially designed course for children ages 2-7.
Your adventure awaits.
You can find them more information http://www.jordans.com/attractions/beanstalk
My fearless climber was just an inch shy of the height so I had to climb with her. I did not mind. I did a lot of this in college. Although some of the courses were a little nerve wracking. I put on a brave face. I want Little Girl to try whatever she wants and not let fear hold her back. This is a video of her doing some of the course.
This was a fun adventure. I would take her back again. They do birthday parties as well. We may have to plan her next one there. The good thing is this is an indoor venue and there is a bustle of people below. There is an ice cream shop and liquid firework that you can watch from up high! If you get the chance swing by and test your brave side!
That looks deadly. I have a little monkey who’d love it.
They do have a little course about a foot off the ground. Same tracking for the smaller monkeys!
Our Jordan’s furniture has an adventure course that they call “It” and we went about a year ago. My middle son climbed and tried just about anything! They got me up there even though I’m pretty fearful of heights and we had a great time zipping all over the place.
Thanks so much for linking up with our Love to Learn linky! Pinned.
That looks like a fantastic place to visit. Love the photos xx
What a brave adventurer, my kids have done an outdoor course like this called Go Ape – I’m not a fan of heights so I think the kids are amazing. #ExplorerKids
She is pretty brave. She also likes to do the climbing wall! Brave kiddo! I will have to look at Go Ape.
We went to a ropes course this past summer and my kids loved it! #ExplorerKids
oh wow, this looks like an amazing place!! I dont know anywhere near me that does this kind of thing, I wonder if little man would like this kind of thing when he’s a bit bigger??
Thank you for sharing this with us at #TriumphantTales. I hope to see you back next week.
This place looks epic?! Are you in the USA or UK?
I’ll definitely have to look for something like this near me – great review.
Thanks for sharing with #coolmumclub
It is the US. But I am sure there must be something like this near you!
That looks like a lot of fun. We’ve got 2 little monkeys who would love it. #thesatsesh
How cool is this place? I have done something similar outdoors and it is pretty scary. #ExplorerKids
This looks like a brilliant activity for kids. It’s great that they run courses right down to 2 year olds. Thanks for linking up to #adventurecalling. I hope you can again when we open for more posts tomorrow morning.
Wow! Looks like a fab place for a fun time. My eldest would love it here! #thesatsesh xx
This looks like great fun! ?? #ExplorerKids